The Press: Davis to Denver

Denver is an evening paper city and its evening paper is the Post which shrieked its way to the top under rough, tough old Fred Bonfils. Denver is also a city in which Scripps-Howard has had some of the hardest going in its career. Last week the Scripps-Howard high command picked a new proconsul for its Rocky Mountain News, prayed for a change in its journalistic luck.

The Denver free-for-all between Publishers Bonfils and Roy Wilson Howard came to a nominal end in 1928 when the Post discontinued a morning edition and the...

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